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BAYER PLANT TENANT TO LEAVE NEXT YEAR
- announcement that it will close several production units” at the Institute site. Adisseo officials did not return phone calls seeking further comment. Rhodimet, or methionine, is an amino acid used in animal nutrition, especially in...
Published: Thursday, April 14, 2011
BAYER CROPSCIENCE COMPANY ANNOUNCES SHAKEUP AT INSTITUTE PLANT
- said Monday they are on schedule to reduce the plant's MIC stockpile by 80 percent. No construction has started, and Bayer is still working on engineering designs for that project, officials said. When the $25 million project was announced...
Published: Tuesday, February 09, 2010
BAYER JOB REDUCTIONS TO START IN SEPT.
- Bayer wanted to restart the MIC unit so it could continue making aldicarb and Temik for another 18 months, until the EPA deal takes effect. Bayer's move to eliminate Temik sales was announced in the midst of a lawsuit over the company's...
Published: Tuesday, July 10, 2012
WVSU SUES DOW
- of plant operations and a major change in the companys global marketing strategy. Union Carbide, once a major institution in the Kanawha Valley, operated the Institute plant from 1946 until it sold the site to Rhone-Poulenc, a French...
Published: Friday, April 28, 2017
CHEMICAL BOARD SEEKS MIC STUDY PLAN INPUT
- to take shelter in their homes. The explosion occurred in a unit where Bayer makes methomyl, which it then uses to produce Larvin, the company's brand name of the insecticide thiodicarb. A separate investigation by the Chemical Safety...
Published: Saturday, April 24, 2010
JAY SEEKS MONEY FOR CHEMICAL SITE INVESTIGATIVE TEAMS
- Bayer officials had tried to downplay the August 2008 incident, saying no dangerous chemicals were released and there was never a threat to the public. But a CSB investigation later revealed details - about the proximity to an MIC tank...
Published: Thursday, January 28, 2010
BAYER BLAST REPORT OVERDUE, CARPER SAYS
- board to go ahead with its work. But in the last few months, board members - and especially outgoing chairman John Bresland - complained repeatedly about their agency's workload after a number of high-profile industrial accidents. Board...
Published: Friday, July 16, 2010
MIC STUDY MEETING SET FOR MARCH 21 U.S. COURT HEARING TO CONSIDER INJUNCTIONON RESTART OF UNIT
- close to a smaller MIC "day tank" and could have created a major disaster. The "day tank" has since been eliminated, and Bayer has said it plans to phase out all manufacture, use and storage of MIC at the Institute facility as part...
Published: Tuesday, March 08, 2011
CHEMICAL BOARD CHAIRMAN PLANS VISIT TO VALLEY BAYER REPORT TO BE RELEASED THIS FALL
- thiodicarb. In March, Bayer agreed to pay $143,000 in fines to settle allegations by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration that the company had poorly planned operating procedures, flawed emergency systems and faulty...
Published: Tuesday, July 20, 2010
BAYER TO PAY FINES OVER BLAST THAT KILLED TWO WORKERS IN '08
- fatal August 2008 explosion, OSHA found violations of the same safety rules, this time related to the Methomyl unit where that incident occurred. Inspectors said the company had not resolved issues related to the unit's structure and...
Published: Wednesday, March 31, 2010